Jessie Taft and the Functional School: The Impact of Our History
The work of Jessie Taft, along with other pioneers of social work's functional movement, has represented one of the most important developments in the history of the profession internationally. Her insight, clarity, humanity and theory have had a significant impact on of social work. Social workers are encouraged to read the writings of Taft and other social work pioneers for both their richness as well their ability to help social workers understand the professionâ€™s development.
Canadian Social Work
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Furman, Rich, "Jessie Taft and the Functional School: The Impact of Our History" (2002). Social Work Publications. 163.
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